The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1966 · Page 22
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Algona, (Id.) Upper D«» Mo!n« Monday, Feb. 21, 1966 Miss Rentz Recent Bride Dianna Lynnn Rentz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rentz, Algona, and Duane William Hannover, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hannover, Whittemore, were married Sunday, Feb. 13 at the Presbyterian church in Algona. Rev. Walter Morz officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a floor length gown of peau de sole trimmed with venecian lace. The neckline was outlined with seed pearls and the sleeves were pointed at the wrists. Her waist length veil of silk illusion flowed from a crown of seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of gardenias and wore a pearl necklace, a gift from the groom. The bride was attended by Julie Thompson as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were her sister, Susan Rentz, and Inez Hannover, sister of the groom. Larry Ramus was best man. Groomsmen were Dale Hannover, brother of the groom, and Carroll Sabin. Charles Thompson and Donald Frideres were ushers. Harold Angus was soloist with Mrs. Richard Mawdsley, organist. A reception for 175 guests was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. Sally Scobba had the guest book. Mrs. Dale Wegener served punch and Mrs. J. R. Thompson poured. Mrs. Eugene Thompson, and Mrs. John F. Thompson cut the cake. Mr. and Mrs. William Finn were hosts. Valora Kueck and Mary Willrett were waitresses. In charge of the gifts were Mrs. James Schmidt and Mrs. Kenneth Schmidt. Wayne Rentz, brother of the bride, was gift carrier. It's good to get home ... after a of hard work or hard play. And it's lax with cool, refreshing beer, In fact, 659|**of all the beer produced in this country is^hjoyed at home. It cheers your taste as it renews your zest. So, make yourself at home , <t . with beer. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. P.O. BOX 169, OSCEOU, IOWA After a two week honeymoon through the south they will live on a farm north of Whittemore* The bride is a 1964 graduate of AHS, attended Emmetsburg Junior College, and is employed at Gamble's in Algona. The groom attended sentral high school and is engaged in farming. (Poundstone photo) Pat Dorweiler, Marvin Bode Mrs. Dave Youngwlrth and Linda Bode served coffee, Mrs. Roman Thill and Emily Bode served punch. Elaine Schlei, Becky Hantelman and Bonnie Dorwleler opened gifts and Cathy Dorweiler and Norma Bode carried the gifts. Waitresses were Joan Heinen, Norma pfeffer, Marie Thill, Mary Jane Taphorn and Linda Adams. The groom is a graduate of Garrigan and is employed by Pioneer Seed Corn Co. The bride is also a graduate of Garrigan and is employed at St. Ann hospital. Wed Feb. 5 Labta U.P.W. Plan Family Nighf, March 6 Patricia Dorweiler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Dorweiler, Algona, became the bride of Marvin Bode, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bode, Algona, in a ceremony performed by Father James Bruch at St. Cecelia's Catholic church Feb. 5 at 11 a. m. Soloist was Jane Arndorfer, accompanied by Ruth Cassel. Doris Taphorn was maid of honor and Mary Dorweiler, bridesmaid. Best man was Jerry Bode, groomsman, Roger Kramer, and ushers were Ray Dorweiler and Dick Brennan. The bride's gown of slipper satin and lace was fashioned with a fitted bodice, bateau neckline outlined with lace applique, and long pointed sleeves. The floor-length skirt had a controlled front panel and carriage back forming a brush train. Garlands of lace circled the skirt. Her silk illusion veil was held in place by a pearl and crystal disc. A recepiton was held at the V. F. W. hall following the ceremony. Mrs. Joe Dorweiler made and served the cake. Mrs. Ray Dorweiler registered the guests ALGONA ENDS WED., FEB. 23 HeU take on anyone, atanuthing,aii^iiiie ..M IMMT only * msrttor ofwtto oanta flrvt/ •SIEVE EDWARDG ANN McQUEEN-ROBINSON-MARGRET I wa MAIDEN-nm WELD STARTS SUN., FEB. 27 DORIS DAY HOW TAYLOR Forty members were present for the monthly U. P. W. meeting held at the Lakota First Presbyterian church last week. Esther Schroeder began the program with devotions. Virginia Hannover led the dedication of the pledge cards. Introduction of the new books for the members was presented by Gertrude Winter andGenHanken. Frauke Schadendorf acted as welcoming hostess. During the business program the World Day of Prayer was talked about, with a Fellowship coffee to be held afterwards. the nett tJ. P. W. meeting, will be in the form of Family Night on March 6. A kitchen committee was app* oihted which consists of Anne Ennen, Elsie Kienitz and Ann Hamilton. The new library committee will be Gertrude Winter and Gen Hanken, They will move all the books around and set up a library for church use. A tentative date of March 27 was made for the ladies to visit the Kossuth County Home at Algona. Hostesses were Lucille Dontje, Norma Smith, Rena Steenhard and Lydia Rippentrop. PRINTING THAT PULLS and does justice to your business, fairly priced. Upper Des Motnes If It's News We Want It! WE QE COMING TO WORK FOR Next Tuesday TOHINGTOfS $150°° TRADE IN ON COLOR THEATRES USED BLACK & WHITE TV SETS TAKE YOUR PICK $25 JOIN US FOR COFFEE AND - DONUTS - SERVING ALL ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES "Where Ypy See The Flashing Light - E^rj; Njj Diagonal Street AIGONA

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