The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1967 · Page 11
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4—Algona (la.) Upp«r Des Moine* Tuesday, June 20, 1967 Marie Thill Of Corwith Bride Of Minnesota Man Marie Elaine Thill, Minneapolis, was united in marriage to Patrick Wallace Rooney, Richfield, Minn., June 10 at 9:30a.m. at St. Benedict's Catholic Church, with Father N.J.Rubaperforming the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roman Thill, Corwith, and the groom is the son of Mrs. Helen Rooney, Richfield, Minn. Mrs. Robert Eischen was organist and the adult choir sang. Ramona Thill, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, Helen Lee, sister of the groom, and Janice Swanson were bridesmaids; Michelle Lee, niece of the groom, was junior bridesmaid and Janet Lallier was junior bride. Best man was William Rooney, brother of the groom, Timothy Thill, brother of the bride, and Dennis Swanson were groomsmen and ushers were Albert Borman and Jerry Lee. Acolytes were Robert Casey and Richard Eischen. The bride wore a chapel-length gown of de-lustered satin and chantilly lace. The front of the gown and the cathedral length detachable train were trimmed with chantilly lace. The high-rise bodice with a softy rounded neckline and full- length sleeves topped a sheath skirt. Her scalloped edged embroidered veil of illusion was attached to a floral cluster headpiece. She wore a pearl necklace, a gift from the groom, and carried a cascade bouquet of yellow roses, white carnations and stephanotis. A dinner and reception were held at Johnny's Lounge, Humboldt, with 100 guests present. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Becker were dining room hosts. Mrs. William Rooney registered the guests, Mrs. Marcel Reding and Mrs. Harold Thill cut the cake and the gifts were in charge of Theresa Hoberer and Linda KoUasch. Table waitresses were Mary Jo Becker and Patty Bode. The bride is a graduate of Garrigan High School and Northwest Medical Institute and is employed as a medical technician. The groom is a graduate of Richfield High School and will be graduating from Brown Institute of Broadcasting, August 1. They are at home at Minneapolis. (Saul Studio Photo) Caryl Larsen Is Shower Honoree, Swea SWEA-EAGLE - Caryl Larsen was honored at a pre-nuptial shower at Immanuel Social hall, Swea City, the evening of May 25. The date also noted Caryl's birthday. Mrs. Claude Johnson announced the program. Mrs. Glen Clark had devotions, followed by two musical numbers by students of Caryl's. Carine Johnson played a number on the bell lyre, accompanied by Mrs. Julius Peterson, and Heidi Thoreson played a piano solo. Mrs. Lynn Pulver gave a reading and Mrs. Richard Olson sang, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Elmer Franks. Debbie Goraczkowski gave a reading, followed by another, musical wedding, with audience participation, accompanied by Mrs. Julius Peterson. Mrs. Cecil Thoreson presented a reading. Mrs. Martin Dahl registered the guests and Debbie Gorac- zkowski and Mrs. Richard Seylar assisted at the gift table. Mrs. Reuben Holcomb poured coffee. Hostesses included Mines. Arnold Anderson, Claude Johnson, Morris Johnson, Lee Davidson, Wallace Dawson, Walter Magnusen, Art Kraeht, R.S. Mather, Cecil Thoreson, V.E. Hazelhoff, James Koons, Lowell Roberts, Ormal Guinn, Walter (/Green, Ralph Walker, Milton Peterson, Lynn Pulver, Glenn Olson, Glenn Clark, Martin Dahl, and Lloyd Thorson. - o- SHOWER HONOREE Mrs. Onrille Rippentrop was honored with a pink and blue shower at the home of her paients, the Gerald Hagens, Fairmont, June 10. Her aunt, Mrs. Bill Hagen, was hostess. There were 15 guests, including Mrs. Everett Rippentrop and Evelyn, Mrs. Homer Henriksen, Mrs. Roy Fessler and Mrs. Eugene Rippentrop. Several games in the theme of the shower were played and the honoree opened her gifts. Refreshments were served to conclude the evening. - o- Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones, Mama and Robert and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Richardson and Herbie Patterson attended commencement at Fort Dodge Tuesday evening in honor of their niece, Barbara McDowell, daughter of the Percy McDowells. Barbara was one of a class of over 440 students. They were guests at the McDowell home following the ceremony. New Area Man, Standard Oil D. E. Tornberg has been appointed sales representative- consumer for Standard Oil in the Algona, Iowa, area. Announcement was made by K. D. Henkens, Sioux City district manager. Standard Oil division of American Oil Company. Tornberg joined Standard Oil in 1965 as district analyst. He later joined their sales training program which he successfully completed before assuming his present duties. He is a native of Beresford, South Dakota, and graduated from the local high school. He received his B.S. degree from South Dakota State University. He is married to the former Miss Diane Burns of Beresford and they have one child, Gregory James. Tornberg is the son of Mrs. Oscar Tornterg. Mrs. Tornberg is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Burns, both families living in Beresford, South Dakota. Rustlers Met Riverdale Rustlers I held a meeting June 8 at St. Joseph's school hall. Pledge of allegiance was led by Judy Kollasch. Roll call was on a good book we read. 4-H pledge was led by Jane Reding. Demonstrations on making a bulletin board by Carrie Thilges, refinished furniture by Lenora Hilbert, covering an article with leather, etc. by Jane Reding and Janice Erpelding. Illustrated talks on picture study by Ellen Bormann and Theresa Kohlhaas. Make-up demonstrations were given by Darlene Plathe and a talk on flower arrangement was given by Ellen Bormann. Everyone brought a sack lunch for dinner. Guest was Mrs. Eddie Thilges and leaders Mrs. Alvin Klein and Mrs. Ted Hilbert. Friendly Club Riverdale Friendly Club met at the home of Elizabeth Grill Wednesday afternoon, with Carolyn Weydert assisting. Cards were played with Alice Steele receiving high prize. The club will also hold a housewarming for the Grills Saturday evening with a covered dish lunch being furnished by guests. The oldest Jet Aircraft in the United States is on display at the Harold Warp Pioneer Village in Minden in south central Nebraska. This P-59 was the second jet built by the Bell Aircraft Co. in 1942. The first jet was built and flight tested in California where it crashed. The second jet was sent to Purdue University for instrument testing. It was obtained from Purdue University after World War II by Harold Warp to hang at his Pioneer Village which he founded in 1953 at Minden, in Nebraska. Those who know Know MINNEAPOLIS MOTOR HOTEL For Convenience ... For Luxury Accommodations.. > For Friendliness... For Budget Rates ... For Resort- like Atmosphere ... 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