The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1961 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Thursday, May 25, 1961
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Thursday May 25 1961 Thursday May 25 1961 PRESENTS A "Recipe For A Happy Marriage "Take one young woman,, not too green not overripe; definitely on the sweet side." . . ii Our Algona Upper Des Moines bride is lovely, petite Karen Kay Kueck, 19. She's the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kueck, and has lived around Land* Rock since the age of 5. Before then, she lived at Seneca, She was a member of the 1959 Sentral high school graduating class — the first from the new school. She attended Iowa State University for a year, majoring in Home Economics Education. She began work at Druggists Mutual Insurance Co. here, August 22, 1960 and is a cashier. "Add one young man, in good working order." -»-»• «~ Our bridegroom is handsome Robert" Ray Be'er, who will be *3.Q, J,une r5. His;. pftrerits;»4)re..-Mrs.,. Jthel -Beefy-qnd-<tthe«lg.te,,R;••• E._ Beer. He has lived on a farm near Corwith all his life and was a member of the first graduating class of Corwith-Wesley high school at Corwith in 1959. He farms near Corwith. "Add five cups of romantic love." Karen and Bob began dating two years ago. Karen answered/"Yes" to tine all-important quoslion in December of 1960. "Blend well in a wedding ceremony with the blessing of God in the presence of wellwishing friends." Karen and Robert will say "I Do", in a ceremony at Good Hope Methodist Church in late August or September. "Select carefully, a container of the appropriate size and decoration in which to establish the new home." Like most brides and bridegrooms, Karen and Bob's budget is limited, but. they like nice things. Therefore, they, shop carefully in Algona stores, . "Let stand until smooth, then add one small baby, either variety is nice, qnd continue adding at desired intervals.", We haven't consulted Karen and Bob on their plans for a family, but we wish for them all the joys children can bring. (Algona merchants also have all sorts pf baby things.) "Sprinkle with laughter, garnish with kisses, leaven with hard work, and let rise with religion. This recipe makes a large amount — enough to last for at least fifty years with enough left-over love for your grandchildren." A Happy Marriage This is what we are wishing, not only for Karen and Bob, but for the countless other couples who will pledge their troth during this spring and summer of 1961 I

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