The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1946 · Page 9
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The ALOONA UPPER DES Second Section Jnne 16,1946 GRACE ROB A OF SWEA CITY BRIDE FRIDAY, JUNE 14 Swea CUy: A background of garden flowers and lighted can- dleabra formed the setting for the marriage of Grace, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roba, to Orville Anderson of Elmorc, Minn., at Immanuel Lu;' ;i thcran ehurdi at 8 oclock Friday evening. The seventy-five guests found their places in .pews marked by small bouquets. Mrs. Philip Hoi- comb, organist, played a 15-minute prelude of appropriate music as well as the traditional Wagner and Mcndellsohn marches. Wilma Peterson of Bancroft sang. The bridal party was ushered to the altar by the ring-bearers, little Elaine Roba, niece of the 'bride, and her nephew. Roba acted as ringtoearer. The matron of honor, Mrs. Russel Roba of Elmore, wore a blue formal, while the bridesmaids Bernice Larson, Lorraine Soderberg of Bancroft and Ruby Dirby, Forest City, were gowned in pink. The bride's brother Russell acted as best man,'another brother Clarence and the groom's brother Merle were ushers and Clarence Spderberg were groosman. The ceremony was performed by the pastor, the Rev. A. M. Youngquist. 'Following the ceremony a reception was held in Lutheran hall, Which 'had been elaborately decorated in blue and white. Places at the tables were marked with miniature brides. A program of toasts and music Was led by Mrs. Gregor Deim. Speeches were made by Edwin Sweany, former vocational agriculture instructor here, who is Darlene Movick of Ottoten Is Bride of Minnesotan, Saturday Ottosen: Darlene Prlscilla, daugnter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter MoVick of Ottosen, and Orville; son of Mrs. Alma Oppedahl of Kiesler, 'Minn., were united in marriage Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Ottosen Lutheran church. The Rev. J. O. Wanberg performed a double ring ceremony. Backets of mock orange bios- some and white peonies and candelabras with tall white tapers decorated the altar. Mrs. Clifford Lander of Humiboldt played an interlude of music before the ceremony and also the processional and recessional. Gilma El- lingon, second cousin of the bride of Kiester, Minn., and "Because" and "I Love You Truly." The bride entered the church on the aim of her father, who gave her in marriage. Caroline Johnson, Albert Lea, was matron-of-honor. Marjorie Oppedahl of Minneapolis, and ding gifts and took care of registering the guests. The couple lett Sunday morning for a week's wedding trip into northern Minnesota and Canada and will be at home in Kiester. JOHN CAPESIUS OF ST. JOE RELEASED St. Joe: John Capesius, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capesius, arrived home Wednesday after receiving his dicharge a t Fort Leavcnwort'h, Kans. John entered service June 21, 1945, at Fort Snelling, Minn. He received training at Camp Fannin, Texaa, Camp Grant, 111., and Selfridge field, Mich. Clarence Berle, son of Mr. and arrived home vjppeaani 01 iviinneapoiis, ana v^iaiuntu oenu, sun i Shirley Neilson of Fairmont act-1 Mrs - Jolin Berte, arrr ed as bridesmaids. Donna Mac! Sunday evening after receiving Moyick, sister of the bride, WHS his nav V discharge at Minneapo- iunior bridesmaid. 1's. Little Karen Movick Grove wus flower 'girl and she entered immediately before the bride strewing yellow -rose petals in the path of the bride. Little Robert Trab of West Bend was ring bearer and carried the rings on a white satin pillow with white streamers;" Mary Ann Bradley, dau«htei of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bradley of Algoha spent the past week at the Henry Thilges home. Stella Mae Reding and Kath- rvn Kirsch left Wednesday, June 12, for Minneapolis, Minn., to Visit several days with Miss Red- ire's grandoarents, Mr. and Seneca Farm Unit Meets; Will Enter Sport Festival Team Seneca: The Seneca Farm Bureau held its June meeting at the Seneca school Tuesday evening. The program opened with group singing, followed by a vocal duel by Jeanne Wilberg and Donna Jean Cody. Jack Looft played a clarinet solo, after which Owen Hurt, of the Farm Bureau organization, spoke on Farm Bureau Insurance, organization, and the benefits of the Farm Bureau organization. During the business meetirigj.it was voted to enler a baseball learn and lug-of-war team in the sports festival. In charge of the program were the Harold Nielsens, Irwiii Niel- sens, Curtis Olsens, «nd Cecil Andersons. Refreshments were served by the Olio Wilbergs, Russel Jen'- scns, and Iho Charles Osborns.. There will be no further meetings of the organization until September. Wm. Osborn is 'reported to have suffered a slight stroke on Thursday morning. Doctor's orders are that he remain in bed and be very quiet for several days. Last Sunday evening supper guests at the Clarence Menz one. honoring Mr. Menz on his '•i'-thdciv, were Mr. and Mrs. John Menz, Mr. and Mrs. Will- arrl Menz and Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Jaake Zwiefel, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall and Janet and Mrs. Wendell Rusch, all of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl returned home Monday after having spent a week visiting the former's mother at Duluth, Minn. 'AUlJING MACHINE Koils iur sui. at the Aleona Upner Des Moinc LIPSTICK Now more than «v«t before we depend upon deft, pretty touche* to keep u« feminine. Clara Harril lipstick swiftly lay< the shadow of a (mile across your Urn in LASTING color. Six £lO'n non-smearing shade*. - X^—REFILLS SO/ Lusby & Giossi Robert Wittman, friend of the Ml ' s - Jacob Carman. bridegroom, of Kisster, served as best man and Arnold Hamren of Fairmont and Nyle and Marvin Movick, brothers of the bride, served as ushers. The bride, 1943 graduate of the West Bend high school, attended the Mankato Commercial Col- now assisting his father-in-law in , „ , i>"~T *— ••••—..*..*•* ~.,,legal practice at Carroll by Mrs. J? ge at M ?nkato, Minn., and has T,J T, , . _ -r .. | been employed m f he First Na• lional bank at Kiesler for the Ed Berggren and by Pastor M. Youngquist. Musical numbers included "Sweetest Story ever Told," sung by Mrs. Philip Holcomb, "Till the End of Time," sune by Irene Lundquist and "Bells of St. Mary's," sung by Wilma j Peterson. The bride is a graduate of the Swca City hiph school and of the two-year teacher-training course at Waldorf college, Forest City. SHc has taught at Whittemor'e, Dows and Forest City, having departmental work in grades four, five and six. Her husb,and • is employed toy the Elmore ele-, vator company and they will make their home at that place, yAmonc^ the" out-pf-town guests ere.: Mr.,:, and Mrs. Edwin !;'Carrom w fcreofg^:BitswprthrArrri- slrohg ,J6an ..Thore^pii, Wells, rMinn., Mr;vand 'Mfs. C. C. An;• dorson and family ~df Elrnore, and Clarence Roba of , Moline, Bode Auxiliary Election Is Held past two years. .Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church par- Iprs for 80 guests. The bride's table was centered with a three- tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom decoration that has been used for many years in the Movick family. This same decoration was used on the bride's parents' wedding cake and many others. The church parlors were decorated in yellow and white. Waitresses were Ardell Bakken of Kiester, Fern -Ellingson of Buffalo Center and Dorothy 'Bratland and Violet Nelson .of Ottosen.. Jeanette Bratland opened the wed- Mr. and Mrs. Bormann entertained last Sunday in'honor of their son Sgt. Robert Bormann, home on furlough; Those present were the Peter and John Bormann families of St. Joe, 'the Peter Erpelding family of Al- ffona, and Phyllis Mergen of Whittemore. LuVerne Tot Breaks Arm LuVerne: Marie Kay, small daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Marty, received a broken PTT> Tuesday while playnig at her home. TO BUY OR SELL:'You'll go~l long way bef.-.re you can better, the reader cnverairr nf Algnna Upper Des Moines want ads! Bode: ' Officers for the ensuing year, for the American . Legion Auxiliary elected at Ihe iriecting held at the home of Mrs Minnie Torgerson, June 4, are President, Barbara Helmen; first vice, ,Edna Olson; 2nd vice Gladys Selvig; recording secretary, Lillian Rosslng; correspond ing secrelary, Janet Cottington; treasurer, Alice Rood; chaplain, Marie \ Vaag; sergeant-at-arms, Laila Hanson; historian, Tla Jen sen. 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