f Harms-Meinders Wedding Vows, Feb. 5 At Titonka ttttmtet «. Baskets 6f white chrysanthemums, blue tinted car- nalions and gladiolas, potted palms attd five floor tartdeisbras fot-med a beauUful setting Tuesday evening Feb.. Sth at 9:30 at the Ramsey Reformed church for the wedding of Gertrude Harms, daufhter of Mr and Mrs Carl Harms nf Titonka, and Wilbert Meinders, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Meinders of Buffalo Center. Rev. William Kroon performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs Donald Tapper of Buffalo Center played the traditional wedding marches and accompanied Miss Myrna Risius, who sang. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of rose point lace and nylon net over white silk taffeta, fashioned with long sleeves coming to a point at the wrist, fitted bodice, with princess cellar and nylon net yoke. The fingertip veil of nylon tulle was held in place by a crown headpiece of irridescenf 1 'se<fuins and seed pearls. Her jewelry was a pair of pearl earrings and a single strand of pearls, a gift of the groom. She carried a single white orchid with ribbons streamers on a white bible. The bride chose her cousin, Miss Alyina Harms of Burl for her maid of honor ana 1 Miss Elaine Sonnenberg, a close friend, as bridesmaid. Flower girls were Karen Gray and Donna Meinders, nieces of the groom. James ^leinders served his brothjrjhs best man and Harlan Harmsrbrother of the bride, was groomsman. Darryl Neuhring of Klemme, nephew of the groom and Jerald Harms, brother of the bride were ushers. Jerald also served as candle-lighter along with Janice Harms, cousin of the bride. A reception was held in the church parlors for about 250 guests. Gladys Harms and Darlene Harringa opened the gifts, and Lois Harms, sister of the bride, presided at the guest book. The four-tierred wedding cake was 'flu Ky Mrs Richard Gray and Mrs Alvin Meinders. Miss Jennie Harms, aunt of the bride, poured. Mrs Lawrence Balvance served as dining room hostess; and neighbor ladies helped in the kitchen. Waitresses were Gloriann Tjarks, Marguerite Freesman, Anna Grace Folkerts, Gerta Smidt, Ardis Tapper and Beth Balvance. The IsrMe is a graduate of the Titonka High School with the class of 1954. attended Waldorf eeOege at Forest City aftd for the past sretr and a half has been employed as bookkeeper at the Farmers and Trader* Savings bank 'at Bancroft, Th« groom graduated from school at Buffalo Center and has been ifl the armed service participating ia the Koreas conflict and since returning has engaged in farfnlftg Krtth his father. After an extended wedding trip through the southern states the couple will live on the groom's father's farm southwest of Bui* falo Center. Two Baptisms LeAnn Marie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Baade was baptized In the Lutheran faith Sunday morning, Feb. 10 by Rev. B. H, Schwerin. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Alfred Baade and Miss Joann Baade. Kimberly Jean, daughter of Mr and Mrs Loren Hans was also baptized With Mr and Mrs George Schroeder of Lakota, the baby's great aunt and uncle as sponsors. Mr and Mrs Charles Beed spent from Monday till Wednesday at Minneapolis where they went to buy supplies for their hardware store. Mrs Fred Thacker and Lanny of Indianola came Sunday to spend a few days visiting her sister, Mrs Kenneth Brandt and family and 'also to visit old neighbors and friends here. Mrs E, Pinckney of Indianola came Sifnday to spend a few days with her son and wife, Mr and Mrs Dwight Garrett. Mrs Henry Orthel is spending a few days visiting her daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Don Harris and son. Mr and Mrs Keith Pries of Waterloo were weekend visitors at the home of Mrs Pries parents Mr and Mrs Jerry Boekelman and family. Mrs Bertha Callies celebrated her 81st birthday Sunday and those present to help her celebrate were: Mr and Mrs Leonard Callies, Mr and Mrs Lester Callies and Sue, Mrs Robert Kruse, Mrs Edna Richter and Mrs Recca Hipp. Therese Hamilton, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Hamilton was 9 years old Friday and Saturday she entertained a group of girls for the occasion. TTW«*«T, Mntwy 14, 19ft? Mfftft* (It.) Upptr Btft M*!ftt*-l s daughters *ttt Sftafia? *ft*r noon am eWiM fiJBts at the ho*« of Mr anSlirs WJnatd Caharlson and family at Fortttt i|v. Mrs Jack ^ major surgery at the Buffalo Center hospital Wednesday. The ftfrikuftt ttwettfl el the Titonka TeleJflWJWe will be held Saturday, Feb. 16, at the Tyke Ttfeatre at 2:00 o'clock. Free coffee and doughnuts Will be served and everyone is welcome. Rev. Max tSoldJnan of the Titonka Methodisl church will be guest speaker fit the Good Hope Lutheran Brotherhood meeting Tuesday, Feb. 11 His topic will be "United Nations" Hosts ate Johnny Harms, Andrew Krominga and Clifford Krante. Loren Sleeker, soft 6f Mr and Mrs Telko Stecker, has a hew address: It is SP3 Loren A Stecker, RA1744S801, Co. 'C', 2nd Combat Group, 19th infantry Regiment, APO 25 San Francisco, Cal. Their regiment was transferred to the 2nd Combat Group, 19th Infantry Regiment which came from Korea. Loren is still stationed at Hawaii. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Loren Hans and family were Mr and Mrs George Schroeder of Lakota and Mr and Mrs Walter Hans of Swea City. The occasion was in honor of the baptism of Mr and Mrs Han's daughter, Kimberly Jean. Marlene Stecker, daughter of Mr and Mrs Telko Stecker and friend Norman Wagner of Des Moines were weekend visitors at the home t>f Mr and Mrs Stecker. Mrs Elroy Hatten took her husband to the bus at Blue Earth Monday afternoon after spending the weekend at his home in Titonka. James Stecker, 11 year old son of Mr and Mrs Martin Stecker, celebrated his birthday Sunday and Misses Etta and Maude Stecker, Garret Stecker, Connie Stecker and Henry Stecker helped him to celebrate the occasion. Peggy Michaelson celebrated her llth birthday Sunday and to help her celebrate were Mr and Mrs Don Michaelson and family, Mr and Mrs Herb Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs George Alka and Janice, Mr and Mrs Bud Alke and family, Mr and Mrs John Alke, Mr and Mrs Louis Seegabarth and family of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig of Lone Rock and both grandmothers, Mrs Anna Alke and Mrs Michaelson of Titonka. Mr and Mrs Walter Haack and Mr and Mrs Dwight Garret attended the I.R.H.A, Hardware Convention Tuesday during the day at the Savory Hotel in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs John Alke ecconV panwd by Mrs Anna Alke tod Mfs Anna Swyter Friday afternoon when they attended the funeral services of Vem Zeigler of Corwllh. Mrs Esther Peterson was hostess to her 500 club Thursday afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs Gertie Bartlett and Ramona Hey- ar. Mrs Dwjtte Higgins was a guest, German Township Hornemak- ers Club met at the home of Mrs Bud Alke with Mrs Hftrm Wibben as co-hostess Tuesday, Feb. 12 at 2 o'clock. Mrs Heiko Bwkel- mah and Mrs Henry Mayland gave the lesson. Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove were accompanied by Mr and Mrs Clarence Heitland and daughter Leona to Des Moines, Thursday, when the Van Hove's 'took their son Garoll to meet the airplane for his return trip to camp at Fort Sill, Okla., after a month's furlough at home. He recently returned from Korea. Mr and Mrs Henry D. Harms and family were Friday evening guests at the home of Mr and* Mrs Clayton Whalen. Mr and Mrs Wm. Huisman will retire to Titonka and reside at the Senus Isebrand home, which they purchased last fall. Mr and Mrs Senus Isebrand will move to their newly built home which is west of the home of Mrs Ollie Bruns. Mr and Mrs Ed Uken and son will be the new tenants on the Huisman farm. Mr and Mrs Charles Beed attended a hardware convention in Des Moines Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs Anna Alke accompanied Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig to their home at Lone Rock Sunday and on Monday she and the Ra- digs visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Junior Thacker and sons. Mrs Thacker is the former Ida ADce. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Walter Baade were Mrs Baade's parents Mr and Mrs Lee Cole of Burt, Mr and . Mrs Alfred Baade and daughter, Mr and Mrs Raymond Baade and son and Mrs Dick Baade and JoAnn. Mrs Lloyd Bentley of Mondo- yi, Wise., arrived Friday morning for the wedding of Gloriann Tjarks and LuVerne Brue, held Friday evening at the Ramsey Reformed church. 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